I have been practicing law in the mid-Michigan area since 1998. I enjoy assisting... more
I have been practicing law in the mid-Michigan area since 1998. I enjoy assisting clients in the planning of finances and estates and in the administration of probate and trusts. I will meet with clients on their terms, as appropriate. My office hours are by appointment during the hours of 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Night and weekend appointments available on short notice. My practice is devoted to... more
Night and weekend appointments available on short notice. My practice is devoted to all areas of family law including dissolution of marriage, spousal support, child support, grandparent rights, paternity, child custody, and parenting time.
Hi, my name is Julie Jacot. I've been a practicing attorney for 25 years. For the... more
Hi, my name is Julie Jacot. I've been a practicing attorney for 25 years. For the last 15 years, I have specialized in probate, trust administration, deeds, and estate planning (Wills, Trusts, powers of attorney). I was born and raised in Genesee Township Michigan where I live today. I graduated from Kearsley High School before attending the University of Michigan where I obtained a Bachelor... view profile
The law office of Linda E. Wasielewski, P.L.C. is a solo practice firm located in... more
The law office of Linda E. Wasielewski, P.L.C. is a solo practice firm located in Traverse City, Michigan focusing upon Estate Planning, Probate and Family Law. What sets my firm apart from other Northern Michigan law firms is my personal approach with my clients. I understand that legal matters are not a common occurrence - this may be the first time that a client has come to a lawyers ... view profile
I practice law in Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti, and throughout Washtenaw County. I am the... more
I practice law in Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti, and throughout Washtenaw County. I am the mother of two teenagers, and we have a small, unruly dog. I enjoy kayaking, hiking, swimming, cooking, history, gardening, reading and travel.
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